Accessorizing with teal wedding bouquets is the perfect idea if your wedding colors include teal. This color works well in all seasons, and is complementary to a range of other colors. The following article explains considerations you should make when deciding to use teal bouquets at your wedding.
Choosing flowers for a teal bouquet may seem difficult at first since very few flowers are naturally teal, and those that are aren't suitable for use in a traditional bouquet. Fortunately, many types of flowers can be dyed brilliantly teal by a florist. Some of the best options would be anemones, roses, orchids, mums and hydrangeas. Keep in mind that the entire bouquet doesn't have to be teal. Add variety to your bouquet with flowers of different colors and textures.
You can wrap teal ribbon around your bouquets to bring out the color even more, or you can get creative with the material you use to hold your bouquet together. For instance, you can cut out teal felt into the shapes of leaves, then use these on the outside of your bouquet. It's becoming more and more popular (especially among brides with floral allergies) to construct entire bouquets out of craft materials instead of using real flowers. For instance, buttons glued to the center of felt circles look like cute little flowers, and wire can be used for the stems.
If you're accessorizing with teal wedding bouquets, make sure to choose complementary colors. White is the most obvious, and is a great choice for summer. Burnt orange would work well for a beach-inspired wedding, and red would look lovely for summer. Since teal is a vibrant color, avoid pairing it with muted colors. Instead, try to choose clean colors or tones that are equally vibrant. Incorporate the color into your centerpieces, bridesmaids dresses and overall decor for a truly put-together look!